6 Things to Do in Outer Banks in the Fall

October 17, 2022 | Kitty Hawk

Many people will tell you their favorite season is fall. Why? Leaves change, tailgating occurs, scary experiences abound, and fall food is the best. And, it’s also a great time to visit Outer Banks! If you find yourself in the area soon, Kitty Hawk Watersports wants you to have a great trip. So keep reading to discover five things to do in the Outer Banks in the Fall.

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3 Boat Experiences To Try on Your Outer Banks Vacation

August 9, 2022 | Boating

The Outer Banks is known for its beauty and, of course, water activities. Opportunities to play in and on the water abound. Even something as clear-cut as boating offers numerous ways to enjoy the experience. In this post, Kitty Hawk Watersports reviews three boat experiences to try on your next vacation: tiki boats, bumper boats, and private boat tours.

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5 Things to Do in the Outer Banks on Vacation

June 18, 2022 | Banana Boat Tour

The Outer Banks is not a place where Kooks and Pogues battle class wars and hunt for treasure. In fact, the show “Outer Banks” isn’t even filmed in the Outer Banks. Still, it piqued curiosity and increased travel to the area. Kitty Hawk Watersports welcomes all visitors and wants you to experience everything it offers. In fact, there are so many things to do in the Outer Banks that we had to limit our list to five. 

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4 Outer Banks Water Tours You Must Experience

April 26, 2022 | Jet Ski Tour

Summer is right around the corner. It’s time to get your vacation planning into full swing. At Kitty Hawk Watersports, we highly recommend a trip to the Outer Banks. If you’re looking for a fantastic vacation experience, we have just the thing! From kayaking to jet skis to sailing and more, Outer Banks water tours are for everyone. Keep reading to learn about our four favorites.

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A Roanoke Sound Weekend Adventure

October 22, 2021 | Fishing

I’m not a world traveler. I have nothing against those who are. It’s just that I’ve never had the time or money to go very far from home. Plus, Kitty Hawk Watersports exists to ensure other travelers make the most of their travel to the Outer Banks. Still, I do sometimes enjoy a Roanoke Sound weekend adventure. One trip, in particular, comes to mind.

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Jet Ski Rental and a Foreign Exchange Student: A Love Story

August 16, 2021 | Jet Ski Rental

I’ve had many great employees at Kitty Hawk Watersports over the years, but one, in particular, was one of my favorites. It’s not because he was a hard worker, although he was. And it’s not because he was a nice guy, although he was. He was one of my favorites because he spent every day of the summer soaking in the Outer Banks experience. He was in love with Outer Banks and intentional about every moment, even when it came to jet ski rental.

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Different Strokes for Different Folks

June 6, 2020 | Jet Ski Rental

At Kitty Hawk Watersports, our business is so many things to so many people. It can be an emotional outlet, an adventure, a time to stretch boundaries, entertainment, or it can simply be play. Some people come out just to get away from the daily ho-hum, while some want to give their kids a new experience. Others come out for the excitement, and many customers just want to relax.  

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Fishing Tips From an Outer Banks Local: Part One

February 8, 2020 | Fishing

As the longtime owner of Kitty Hawk Watersports, I can tell you from experience that the Outer Banks offers great fishing. For the record, I consider myself a horrible fisherman. But, on the bright side, the Outer Banks can occasionally make me feel like a pro.

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22 Years of Enriching Lives with Watersports

October 9, 2019 | Kitty Hawk

If you spend 22 years in the watersports business, you’re bound to see or experience some interesting things. Some things make you laugh, some things leave you in awe, and some things just make you want to quit. 

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See the Best of the Outer Banks on a Guided Jet Ski Tour

August 9, 2019 | Jet Ski Tour

Our jet ski tour is definitely a popular activity. I think, however, the primary myth is that customers assume that the tour is a slow, boring trip around the sound. Nothing could be further from the truth; we will go as fast or as slow as you like. The tour covers at least 15 miles across the water.  On occasion, the guide will stop and talk briefly, but he/she will keep you moving. If we see a dolphin along the way, we are happy to stop and check them out. In addition, if customers want to stop and do some free-styling, we are happy to oblige.

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